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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. . m ^ui\Hay— 11. ju a.m. ti*om Isclntca, Demliqmp. n an-r S panella, Syduey (via Dentliqnim ? ? | Monday — 12 a.m. From i\ra«xde, Balrnnald. | , From Booli»ral, 'Wilijanuin, kc. | Tuesday— 5 a.m. From AVayjra AVag-jra, .Narmndera, I atuj Sydney (via Wagga) ' § 'Wcdnesiijiy — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Dcniliquin, 1 and \V'aDganella. * | Friday-- o.a.m. From AVagga.'Waggn, Narraudern.ivnA § . byaneylvm Wng-ga) § ll'oO a.itv. Eclmca, Denilinuin, Wang*anellft. I I) p.m. Balranald apd Claude. 1 5 p.m. Uoolignl, Wilcamiia, I)arliug, ' | DEPARTURES. . i Sunday— 12 a. m. Claude and Balranald. . 1 p.m. JJooligal, Wilcannia, and darling. AJpnilay — 0 p.m. -Echijpfl, Dcniliquijj, Wangagena. 7 p.nt. A\rafrga Wi^gga, Narraadora, and Sydney, (via Wagga). ; , : Wednesday-r-O p.m!, Echuca, ' DeniHquin, Wanga nclla, and Sydnoy (via DenUiqnin), 32 a.m. Maude and ftalnnald. ? * ' lp.m. Bo-)ligal, Wilcannia; Darling, &c. Friday — 6 p.m, Ecliucx. Dcnilinuin. W...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

II A V SHIP LUNG. . I Pearl ji-ili-il fur I'leiiuea tin', tlie loth iiist. Jlcfo arrived from lichuea on tlie 19 th just., and sailed up stream same day. JJiirrabogie arrived lYuin Eoiinca oil tlie 19th ? iiist,., and steamed up for Narrandera mill mtwiiiedialfi stations on tho 20tli, Jlur'rumbigee arrived from up river on tlie a'oiii Snsi. JVinp?*) is expected hourly, she brings a steam winch for Messrs M'Oullucu iind po.'s wharf. l)i)'rling nt Wilcnnuin. 14th instant, win 17 l'eet pvi;L giiiimiiT level, falling. Tun Mmrfumliidiiee nt liny i:' 1() fret falliu*; ; nt ?\yair(;a uitV.riti'mlny it was It) i'eet ripinjr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

WM. ? fetJtL0eH ' & CO., ' ^ENERAT/ CARRIERS, FORWARDING-, SHIPPING- AND . ' , . j.- ' ?? : insurance; agents, ? . Beg 'to iiaform tlieir iramerous Friends tlj,at they have opened a NEW BRANCH OFFICE AT HAT, iUnd6r the 'Management of MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS, whose pre ... mises they have taken, ? Complete arrangements will be made for the prompt despatch of both iStorps^and Wool by Steamer or T, earns. . Ampl'e Storage ? acconuno )?ayv ' ?.Wlojifir and other produce supplied at jfche lowest current rates. Riy.er Marine ' aijtd Fire Insurances, effected on the most favourable . terms. Goods and' Parcels forwarded to all parts of the world. , The following is ,n list of tlic bonts under our agency ns.&t present arranged, nnd it will be further augmented * ibefore-tiie season opens, viz. : ' , ? ? ? ,,,, „ „ ,, T , iiutwedii icliuca an-l the -Harling — Tim. ''Jupiter,' 'Jano Eliza,' 'Slaranoa, frYcntwortli, Lady ? ' ' '-fcrljjp.of tlip M un'av,' Davis and Donvood's new stea...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, July 14th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

M E LBO D « N E MA RK IflTS. Wetbic^L-iy, Julv 14th, 1875. Put Ciit'b;.— 1--7 came to Uand.Priccs advanced lOo to 1,0s on hist weeks rates. liJU head from the Bullos averaged, bullocks, £A lis ; cows, £t 17s (id. 170 of this sold at. Sandhurst fetched, -bullocks, £0 8s; cows, £$ l';s. 10!) bullocks from Walaregang. Jujt. Sheep. — penned. , Bettai quality than usual, and prices fell fully ls per head j about !H!{)0 were turned wit unsold, itivorino sales verc— 2521 evei nnd wetliew, Messrs Learinonth from Groonrral ; 18-V2 vetheWj Mewis Wraggo and IJearnes from \\'ardry, at Ills all round except a very few culls ; 2200 wethers trom Mossgiel, at His all routul, and 53500 ewcs .aLso, at the liigher average of the day ; J310 ) from Cowl Cowl at Ifis (id; 5M00 wetners from Tlielanzeriu (Messrs MeParland's, topping the market at liis (hi) ; a small portion of Hock from Belliniroramble, remainder turiMil out— 1003. ewes and wethers from'Tupra. Store stock,'Messrs King aud Cuningham sold 20...

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STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, July 21, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

? STOCK REPORT. ? The fiicerine Gra:ier Office, j Wednesdav, July '1, 1875. Last Wednesday wo had the heaviest rain fif the spawn, about l£in fell at intervals in 1'2 hours. Since then wo have, had cold frewty weather. The cold and \yet havo pro tracted th« season of cutting and marking, and shearing will not commence so early at some sheds as was anticipated. Wo hear that shearing commenced at Mr Peter Tyson's Ourrong Station yesterday, Grass is growing slowing and the country is clad with green. Mr Anderson went up this week to take charge of Trida Station for ?himself and partners. Local stock move ments, are: 5,801) mixed fat shoep have left Mossgiel ; 1,700 fat owes from Tarrawouga, 3,017 fat ewes and wethers from Toganmain, all for Melbourne. On 15tli 62 rams started from . Bnrnibogie, purchased by Messrs Molesworlh and Co. 16th, 6,030 fat wethers /started from Corrong for Victorian markets. 19th, Mr D'Archy started .',000 fat ewes 'and wethers from Oxley ; Mi' Clark, 2,480 we...

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MELBOURNE. July 16, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 July 1875

MELBOURNE. (PKOM OUK OW.S CO«)lKdl'OXD15NT.) July 1G, 1875. , 1 tie lion. Mr Service, our i.»olonial TreaMirer, has been safely delivered of the moat important statement that hns b.ieii made in our Parlianent for some years past. The budget has come fin th aud certainly is* a most valuable contribution to our political code, 'it appears that there has been a falling oif in revenue of Inst year of £127,017, but the expenditure was less than the Treasurer's calcu lations to the extent of £*152.803, the difference aided by some small additions not calculated on last year, make the balance ou hand for this current year £81,020. The proposed expenditure for thi3 year amounts to £4,483,053, aud the income from present : modes of rinsing revenue £4,287,5)13, which will leave a sum of £201', &J5 to he provided for. This sum he proposes to raise by taxiu^ homes' above £75 annual rent, and land above half a sec tion, both risiug in amount of taxation till they have reached a maximum o...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

?HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AHRIYAT.S. Sunilay— 11.00 a.m. From Er.huca, Deniliquin, Wnn pnnclla', Syduoy (via Deniiiquiri) Monday — 12 a.m. From Mntttlo, Bairanald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, M'ilcnnniai &c. ? Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Waggn Wagga, Narranderai aud Sydney (via Wagga) ' * ? Wcducsday— 11.30 a.ni. From Echucn, Deniliquin, and VVauganella. ? -. Friday— 5 a.m.' From Wogga Wagga, Narrandcra, anil ' Sydney (via .Wngga) ',. ' ll'30a.m. Eclinca, Dcniliqttin, WnnganelJa. . 3 p.m. Bairanald and Maude. 5 p.m. Boolignl, IVilcannia, Darling, &c. '.'??-' DErAKTHHEB. Sunday— 12 a. m. Maude and Bairanald. ' 1 p.m. Booiigal, Wilcnnnia, nnd Darling. Monday— 6 p.m. Echucn, Denifiquin/Wanganelln. 7 p.m. Was-ffa Wagga, NarraDdera, and Svdnor (via Waggn). ? . . . , ?' Wcduosdny— 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, 'Wanga nelia, and Sydney (via Deniliquin). ..'-..' 12 a.m. Maude and Bairanald. ' : ? ? 1 p.m. Booiigal, Wilcanhia, Darling, &c. Friday— C p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wangan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

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THE MISSION OF THE FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

THE MISSION OF THE FLY. ., ;: ; f From the Scientific American.) :? ? The generally roceivod opinion about flies is that, despite limitless ingenuity expended 'on patent traps and poisoned paper, they form one of thoso ills of life which, it. not being possible entiroly to cure, must por ? force be endured with as good a grace as may be. Consequently when they ruin our pic turefraraes and oeilings, insinuate themselves ,into pur milk or molasses pitch'ors, or lull us to sloep with their drowsy buzzing, only to bite. us during our slumbers, and render the same, uneasy, we thank fate that tho cold weather will rid us of the pest. To bo suro they are scovangors in their way ; but after ? 'we' hav'o spent several minutes in picking a ( score or. more out of tho butter dish, we ar rive at the conclusion that it is an open ques tion whether thoy do not spoil more good ; .material than they carry off bad. Festina lente, good reader, hasten slowly, and do not 'anchor faith to such opinions ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

TO TUB EDITOR OF TIIb' UIVSRINB QKitlBB. Sir, — Whatever may bo tho exact nguro, ^ ?whether those of the Defence or tho League, nil allow that a mflribor of children aro not being taught to road and write — and all right thinking men desire to seo every child throughout tho land fairly taught thesd pre cious rudiments of learning. Even w.liere schools and teachors nro plentifnl, many causes operate to keep childron ont of their beneficent iniluencc. Ono groat ennso is tho real or fancied necessity of many parents for thoir. children's labors, either to assist inlookr ingj ifter tho younger children or in main taining the family. Mr Parkos, both in and out of Parliament, has suggested that, to meoti^he difficnlty, tho Council of Educa tion, should Trhere necossary open the schools under Us jurisdiction for. an ovening sossiom Of course, only in places where it may bo. ..necdfni, 'and on terms just to the teachers. It is unfortunately trno that according to the reply. of- tho Council,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

A man Is aaid to bo absent-minded when ho thinks ho has IefUils watch at liome nnd tnkon it out of his vest pocket t68co if Ke has' time to return home to pit it. ' Colonel HAyiER,1 addrestiupf liU constituents at Bath, expressed his cqnfideiico tbatrtlie Liberals are paining ground, and that the weak' legislation of the Government, must aid them ; in. recovering their position. The Canadian 'papers' uudorjtdnci timt the Princess Louise and the MarqulB of Lome contemplate visiting Canada and the United States' during the summer. Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Colds, Coughs, and all Derangements; of the Throat and Chest. AH sufferers from couroj, colds, bronciitls, usttmiu. und invgular nctwn of the heart sro' earnestly recoinmradui} to nib Holluway'a acarcb-' ing Ointmont -vrcJJ ovor the tlircmt, breast, and' back, tti tho cnsn'mny irqiiin, twice a day. Thia pintirumt h the must tfllciicioua nmujjy for u'i' Internal and external aUiaouU of tig ttrujit'. ' ' Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, pioers,' ...

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HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE AGE OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE AGE OF S1OCK. Iho age of sheep is ascertainable by ex amining the state of their teeth. In their second year they have two broad' teeth, in their third year four, in their fourth, six, and in their fifth eight broad teeth before. After this no* one can tell how old a . sheep is while its teeth remain, except by their being : moro or less worn. . About the end of one year, rams, wetnors, and alt young sheep lose the two fore teeth ; at eighteen months tho two tooth next to the formor also fall out ; and at three years, being all replaced, they are quite even, and generally Tory white. But as the animals advance in ago the teeth be come loose, blunt, and afterwards black. As horned stock are managed in this co lony, tho utility of determing the ages of animals is practically of less importance than in tho case' of horses and sheep'; yet tho knowledge is requisite in dealing with stock for stud, dairy, or labor purposes, and. there- fere should be acquired by those...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

DEATH. . ' Bennrtt.— On the 10th instant, at Toganmain station, the infant, daughter of James Langlcy aud Clara Bon ? nett, aged ten days.

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By Electric Telegraph. FORBES. July 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

By Electric Telegraph. (phom oun oonnBsi'psuKSTii.) FORBES. ' JlllvSflth. We had heavy rain ou Sunday and to-day. The river is now low. GUNDAGAi: ' ? ' ' July, 27th. River lo feet C inches, rising. Weather cloudy.' SYDNEY. '.'?-:' ' July 27th. The Assembly, yesternight passed the second reading of tlie Contagious Diseawa Bill. '?'..-. Buchauau's Divurse Bill wns thrown out in com mittee. ' ' ' The Land Bill as amended by the Council, was briefly considered in committee, the Government will' oppose the amendment making eighteen years the age at which minors may select. ? ? ? ? ' White, charged with bribery was brought up nt the Wnter Police Court to-day, Hud remanded till Friday bail refused. He was suffering from the effects of drink. Histri opened with a poor house yesterni'o-ht. The audience were delighted' with the performance. The barque Eliza Ranisdcn. from Newcastle for Mel bourne struck the Corsair rock, Point Napean, on Satur day and ?nnk. She is insured for £10,00U. Mr Mitc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

Australian Joint Stock Bank. ?;?? HAY~lEArI0I, DEPOSITS RECEIVET) .on Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits nt Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all other BANKING J BUSINESS ?promptly Transacted. ' The 'Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon. its various Branches and Agen cies throughout ? NEW SOUTH WALES, ? ? VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, : SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. : JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager, BANK OF NEW SOUTH W A L 3 8 Capital, £1,000,000. . Bsiicnvc Fl-xd, £893,83.1 0a. 8J. HAY. BRANCH. DEPOSITS IJocoivoVl on Omteni Accnnut, Interest nl Iowod on Fixed Doijosita, ut Itntcj wlilch mnv 1)0 ns oortuincd ut tho oOlco. Bills Discounted, Onnh' Croaits grnutod, AdvnnueB iimdo upim npiirovcd soeurity, anil nil oibcr usunl HANKING BUSINESS trnmiii'.tcd. .Tho Bauk.iHsaos Drulta nnd Lettors ot Credit upon Us vnrio.i« hrnuchcH, nml ngeneios ihroBBlionl Noiv- Smi...

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MELBOURNE. July 24, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUU OWN COBKEBJ'OjrDJiKT.) 1 . ' Julv 24. 1875. There has been a considerable Amount 'of business transacted in Parliament during the past week. The debate on the budget was renewed by sir James McCui loch, who took exception to a great'mony of its lending propositions, nnd wished It to proceed further in the Free-trade direction. Hp was replied to by the Minister of Railways, Mr Gillies, In a very telling speech. Tho disposition of the House was rather ocainst. the Govern ment scheme, but thnt feeling wns caused, by the union, of Protectionists and - Free-trader*, the former- anxious to get the Government out of office so that they might affix some prohibitory menoiiro to the civil code, nnd the latter thnt they might lend the colony back to unre stricted trade. By a sudden nioveinciit on theniirt of Mr Berry, who was Treasurer when Protection was inltinctd , the wholo opposition tumbled to pieces. The hon. member moved that the financial scheme of tha Government w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

Ouu cousins in Victoria! are beginning to feel the fatal couseijueucos of their protne tive policy, and. have resolved on making;! gradual return to the principles of froo trade. The budget which has been lately intro duced by the Treasurer, is a Email contribu tion to the policy of freo intercourse in com mercial matters with the world which lies out side Victoria, and an introduction of the tlnn eugo of tho wedge, which is to' 'open the portS'tp tlic ships coming from all parts of this habitable globe. There can be no doubt of the fact that our friends over the bordtir ai-e in anything but a pleasant posi tion now, when liieir exchequer chest is fail ing; and their, sources of incomo are also be corhing' consumptive.' Monoy must 'be, had for the public serv.ice, and the wits of their wisest men are at ,woi k to find put how the circuliitisg modium can i be had without , op- pressing the general publicl The Ministry have resolved tg open the ports to every article of consumption .w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

W. £.7 SMITH'S B23E HIVE STORES. \~ffl. L. Si having commenced ; Ins extensive alterations^' will sell his regular goods at a discount of ' THREE SHILLINGS in the ? ' POUNp;: ? ? ;?? ..??????? i ??? ?? ??' ?: v, ?????' ?:??..?' 'Men's,1' Youths', and Boys' ready made clothing in great variety.' :: Grocery Department. . ^ W. L. S. also begs to informs his friends, and the public ; in .general* that he will, also malce /.reduction of, | ONE SHILLING- in the -4/ POUND on all Groceries, Hardware, and Stationery. . ?;.;.;. \ . '''A. fine i assortment of China and Indian Teas.,' .??:???;?- :??'.. ,-.??'? -Best Mocha Coffee ground on the premises; 'v This 'being the only house, in' H.ay, where fresh ground coffee can lie bbta'iriedl ' . . ?'Come early aud secure Bargains. . ,' ' ? ? Agent for . Willcie, .Webster, :and Allan, importers of pianofortes aind all other musical instruments. ' ?'? ' ' ' . ? '? : '-?'?- ';,,,. TEBMS j ..GASH.: ? ; : :: ;.-. ?:.;;??': ; -. '^W-:y/.:--: ..%v--Xf.! S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

Is published every Wednesday, at Hay/MurrnmbidKe River, N.S^W:' Subscription : £1 per annum;, or '6». per.quapter, payable.inadvnnce. ' ,' , .;; ' jf Charges for Advertising — ?''... ?^or one insertion 3d.- pefJirie of spade. ? /For every insertion niter the first 2d. ditto. .,;???? / Births. Marriages; and Deaths, 2s. Od. each. ... / Spefiially mvournblq ratcssfbr atandinsradTerHM I ' ? incnts^id for such as »rc largely displayed, jjriutcd. and published by the '/sole proprietor, Jobk jAndbhw. at the' Riverine I? r a tier office, Bank- ' 1 street; Jlay- in the colony of New South Walot.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, July 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 July 1875

' MUNICIPAL CO QNCIL. ' ' ....- Thnrsddny, July 22nd. Present: Wm. ' Sabine; E«i., (mayor), Alderman; Lakemau, Tartakover, Witcombe and Cburche. As tho whole of the Aldermen were not present, Al derman Lakcmtin moved that tho election of Mayor be held over to a later time in the opening.. ? ? Letter read from the Chief Commissioner of ' Roads (Mr Bennett), stating that. Mr Philbin had received orders to have the hole in front of the Court-house filled up, tho coSt to be charged to the tolls received from'. the bridge ; also n letter from Mr R, P. Raymond' referring tj same matter. ' . ..--.?. A letter from Air Pidcock asking for a guinea towards cxpeuces of Municipal conference. Ordered to lie on the tnble for further consideration. Letter from Mr W. L, Higgins asking that leave be given to drive a spring cart witli piano along the foot path from Messrs Murray's establishment to. tho Masonic' Hall. Permission grouted, on condition that any dam age be made good; and that the Council ...

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